Session 129: ED2 -> Issues in Criminology and Criminal Justice Education
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Governors Square 14
Session Chair: Dean Dabney, Georgia State University
Freshmen Learning Communities in Criminology and Criminal Justice: An Effective Tool for Enhancing Student Recruitment and Learning Outcomes
by: Dean Dabney, Georgia State University (Corresponding)
Lindsey Green, Georgia State University
The Internship Experience: Maintaining Academic Integrity in Experiential Learning Programs
by: Robert P. Engvall, Roger Williams University (Corresponding)
Developing Public Safety Standards and Curricula for Georgia High Schools
by: Sue Carter Collins, Georgia State University
Sarah Eschholz, Georgia State University (Corresponding)
Marwin Britto, Central Washington University
Sneetches and Turtles and Whos? You're Leery? Be Happy and Cheery, My Doubting Deary! Dr. Seuss Helps You Teach Crime Theory!
by: Angela West, University of Louisville (Corresponding)

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